Penang Secret Recipes Cooking Class

Penang, Malaysia

Duration
4 hours
Capacity
1 - 4 travelers
Booking notice
1 day
Standard price
RM 90.00

★★★★★
Khalid
I speak English, Malay

The secrets of Penang cuisine are yours to grab! This hands-on cooking class will touch on various popular local dishes across all ethnicities; Malay, Chinese and Indian. You will learn to cook a total of 3 dishes from scratch, along with the spices that go into each recipe. Some of the food you may cook include Nasi Lemak, Penang Laksa, Lentil/Dhall Curry, Onde Onde and more.

Located in Leigh Street, we are literally in the centre of all the heritage attractions in Georgetown, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hence, it is super convenient to stop by other local attractions. I will also be talking about the history of every dish and even of Penang itself, so you'll learn not only of Penang cooking but history as well.

Don't worry about dinner plans after this class, because trust me, you will leave stuffed and re-energized!


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Learn to cook the secret recipes of Penang

The cooking class will begin at 3:00 P.M. and end at 7:00 P.M.

Upon arrival, I will have all the fresh ingredients prepared and ready to use. But first, you will be introduced to each ingredient as some can only be found in local wet markets, hence, they may be foreign to you. From there, the cooking and bonding begin.
Learn how to cook 3 dishes from scratch
Hands-on cooking class with our local expert in Penang

Travel notes

Do let me know in advance of any dietary requirements or allergies.

Outfit Recommendations

Please wear comfortable clothings.

Where we will meet

36, Leith St, Georgetown, 10200 George Town, Penang, Malaysia

How to get there

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RM 90.00 /Pax
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Food & Beverages - All ingredients
Cooking Equipment - All materials will be provided
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How to get there

We are located along the same street as the Cheong Fat Si or the Chocolate Museum. Also, we right opposite the Benggali Mosque, the second oldest mosque in Georgetown.